Insurance Defense Law Firm McCleskey Law Firm Lubbock, Texas

Insurance Coverage & Claim Disputes

When insurance policy holders have a coverage dispute with their insurer, the insurance defense lawyers at McCleskey, Harriger, Brazill & Graf provide a solid, cost-effective defense that protects our clients’ valuable legal rights and resolves their Texas insurance claim disputes in a timely manner. Our attorneys include former licensed insurance professionals and have reviewed insurance coverage obligation in hundreds of insurance policies. Our attorneys also have decades of experience analyzing and applying Texas statutes and laws regarding insurance coverage and claims.

Because we have decades of experience representing Texas insurance companies in coverage disputes, our insurance defense lawyers can provide a solid analysis of possible outcomes and develop a litigation strategy to achieve the best result within our client’s budget and timeline. Our insurance claim lawyers have a strong track record of successfully litigating coverage disputes in state and federal courts in Texas and New Mexico, including appeals to the Supreme Court of Texas.

Many of our clients have been with us since our founding more than 80 years ago. Those kinds of relationships are built on a foundation of trust, communication, and great service that endures over many generations of clients and attorneys. We are proud of our reputation as successful insurance defense lawyers, but we are equally proud of being known for our integrity, compassion, community service, and the personal attention we provide every client we represent.

Contact us to learn more about our services for defendants in insurance coverage and claim disputes.

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